One million offseason points.
Even better, this made Mark Schlereth throw up in his mouth a little. Go Broncos!
The Internet is thick with Nick Patti stories as he continues to impress at the Malibu Elite 11 passing camp. ESPN featured Patti on their college football home page yesterday, linking to a glowing review of his quarterback skills. Yahoo ran a piece on Patti's eternal love of all things Boise State, including shoulder chips.
"It's a bunch of guys just like me, just like Kellen, with a chip on our shoulder ... It's a bunch of guys saying, ‘We're going to Boise and we're going to show them what's up.' It's kind of cool. It's unique."
The only thing missing is a trick shot video. Intern, grab my Flip cam!
(via: howiestheman and BSUbluNorange)
Doug Martin was No. 56, and Nate Potter and Kellen Moore are still to come. So 4 percent of the nation's best college football players are in Boise. Not bad.
Expect to hear the sultry booth sounds of Brad Nessler and Todd Blackledge (with sultry sideline reporting by Holly Rowe) for the season opener against Georgia. The threesome will be on the Saturday night ESPN games all season long, the first of which is the Chik-fil-a Kickoff Classic. And rest assured, those scant few Friday night games on BSU's schedule will still let us spend time with friends Joe Tessitore and Rod Gilmore. I cannot wait to know how their fantasy seasons are going.
In addition, there has been a Dan Hawkins sighting.
Former Boise State and Colorado coach Dan Hawkins will serve as the analyst for ESPNU's Saturday afternoon games. The play-by-play announcer is Pam Ward.
He will need all the world's Zen books for that assignment.
More links after the jump.
Georgia coach Mark Richt says in 10 years he hasn't seen a team play has hard as Boise State and "we could learn a lot from them."
(via: cougar flounder)
Boise State basketball beats K-State, Alabama for recruit (via: D_summit)